It’s not just Aussie architects that love working with perforated metal. Check out these awesome projects from around the world.
Powder coating is a practical and visually stimulating coating method. But how does it work, and what are its key benefits?
Overhead walkways can be an invaluable asset on your site, but it’s important to get them right. These factors will ensure your walkway is safe and efficient.
Woven wire is a great choice for both interior and exterior architectural designs. But how do you know which woven wire product to use?
Double-skin facades are an emerging trend in the architectural space. What are the benefits to implementing perforated metal into a double-skin facade?
Facade design has changed quite drastically over the last few years thanks to new tech. What are the key trends in modern facade design?
John Wardle Architects designed the new Learning and Teaching building at the Clayton campus of Monash University. Locker Group produced massive perforated metal sheets in multiple profiles for the project. How do these contribute to the building’s unique look and what were the challenges of this project?
The regulations for rooftop access, mezzanines, platforms and industrial flooring are fairly stringent. Locker Group’s Gripspan metal planking has been developed to meet these standards, and excels at doing so. What are the factors that make Gripspan such an effective material for flooring and access?
Locker Group have produced perforated metal for decades and we believe each profile has a unique character. Which character is going to best for your project, you ask? Well, that depends entirely on you, but here are a few ideas to get you started.
Conveyor belting is hugely beneficial to the food industry, from automated processes to more efficient throughput. But is plastic or metal the better material for conveyor belts in the food industry? Here are four reasons why metal is the only way to go.